I have had an on/off relationship with the X100T. I purchased it a few months ago and returned it a few days later. I felt like the images were great but this was not a cheap camera. At the time, the price made me very hesitant as to whether I should keep it. I went out for a bike ride to a local fair and for some reason the camera stopped functioning. I thought something was defective with my unit. Needless to say, I returned it.

I spent several weeks thinking about the camera as I shot photos with a variety of other cameras: Olympus OM-D EM-1, Sony RX100M2 and A7M2, Panasonic LX-7. They all shot great photos but I didn't get the same feeling of joy while walking around with them as I did with the X100T. I thought hard about getting another and I visited the local camera store multiple times to play with the display model to help sway my decision.

After a couple of months of looking at many blogs and reading great reviews, I felt it was time. It was time to once again own this awesome camera.

I am no stranger to cameras. I know the ins and outs of many systems, but I am new to FujiFilm. I am taking my time to learn this camera well. Very well.

I had two little subjects who entertained me with poses and fun with a stuffed toy. I always enjoy photographing animals.

Visited a local sandwich shop and photographed a few miscellaneous things while I waited for my food.

Later that evening, we went out for dinner. I thought it would be a great time to test out the low light capabilities at a high ISO. I'd say it performed quite well. I have used Sony cameras which shoot multiple images and combine them together to produce the quality I received from one shot with the X100T.